There are increasing reports on an imminent return to the Vienna negotiations that are expected to settle the file of a nuclear deal by both Tehran and Washington, which raises a big question...Biden’s democracy protection enigma
An anti-democracy trend, or shall we say current, seems to be invading Arab republics in general and eastern ones in particular. Our issue here is not the many obstacles facing democratic transition...The Trojan horse to undermine the Taif Agreement
For half a century, Lebanon has been facing an exceptional, raging political reality: civil wars (some declared, others latent), cold truces, conflicts and bickering over power between the leaders of...Will Biden do it?
Since behind-the-scenes diplomacy is no longer effective, and in an effort to bolster the role of diplomat Hady Amr, the US sent Secretary of State Antony Blinken to the region to contain the...Beyond Zarif’s statements
Whether directly or indirectly, Iran and its activities remain the focal point in the region. Last week, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif visited Baghdad and spoke of his country’s readiness for...Saudi realism and the illusion of initiatives
Perhaps what Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan said in an interview with CNN about Lebanon is the only new and different update amid the numerous analyses and initiatives that seek to pull...Arab Lobby crucial as Biden reconsiders Iran nuclear deal
The dust has finally settled on the highly contested US elections after the electoral college convened last week and confirmed Joe Biden's landslide victory in the 2020 presidential race, with 306...The time has come to look beyond US elections and worry about our vested interests
The United States’ 2020 election definitely earned its spot in history as one of the strangest presidential races the world has ever witnessed especially in Western democratic countries. Never before...